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Derive Systems has agreed to a $300,000 civil penalty and estimates that it will spend about $6.25 million to address a federal complaint that it sold engine control devices designed to override the emissions control systems of vehicles in violation of the Clean Air Act.

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Derive to Demo Telematics Solution at Fleet Forward Conference

In addition to in-person vehicle demonstrations, attendees of the Fleet Forward Conference will hear directly from Derive Systems Chief Technology Officer Marco Torre on Oct. 10, during the scheduled conference TEK Talk – A Roadmap for Advanced Fleet Safety.

Derive Adds Business Development Executives

Derive Systems is adding two senior executives, including Karl Weber as senior vice president of enterprise sales and Tony Ahillas as senior director of enterprise sales.

Derive Efficiency Hosts Track Day

On March 3, Derive Efficiency hosted a track day for public and private fleets and the media, showing the differences in performance between a stock vehicle and one calibrated for optimum efficiency.

Orlando Cuts Fuel Use from Idling

The City of Orlando has saved over 400,000 gallons of fuel in one year through a number of fuel-saving measures, including idle reduction technology in its law enforcement vehicles.

Ramifications of a 67 MPH Top Speed

This cross-country service fleet uses engine calibration technology to control each van’s top speed — improving driver safety and fuel usage.

5 Ways to Improve Efficiency

From adding in-vehicle technologies to incentives in the shop, here are five ways fleets can improve driver, vehicle, and operational efficiency.